Bioterrorism Review And Free Download Available

In the wake of recent terrorist attacks on the United States, the nation's physicians, emergency departments, and other health providers face the challenge of preparing for bioterrorist attacks involving many possible--and largely unfamiliar--biochemical agents.

To help meet this challenge the January/February issue of the American Journal of Therapeutics, published by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, includes a synopsis of the biological and chemical agents most likely to be

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